May 27, 2020
Tim McGraw joined Ellen DeGeneres on her quarantine series, where he talked about life amid the lockdown and his daughter, Maggie's philanthropic works.
Tim McGraw had a chat session with Ellen DeGeneres on her virtual show, where he shared his opinion about the ongoing pandemic.
McGraw proudly talked about his daughter, Maggie, who joined in the fight against the novel coronavirus by providing essentials for frontline health workers.
TIM IS A PROUD DAD
The "Humble and Kind" singer started by sharing his opinions about the adverse effect of COVID-19 and how it has affected the daily lives of many. Ellen then brought up the topic of his second child, Maggie, who's been contributing to the fight against the pandemic. The "Indian Outlaw" crooner said about his daughter:
"Maggie is doing some work for a nonprofit called Feed the Frontlines, it's a national nonprofit, and she's organizing the one here in Nashville…"
The Hollywood Walk Of Famer went on as he added that Maggie and her team source for donations and then partner with restaurants to prepare meals for frontline health workers and other hospital personnel. The star shared that his daughter and her peers deliver the meals to the health officials and, at the same show appreciation.
HOLDING UP IN QUARANTINE
The "Refried Dream" singer also shared that his family was doing fine, and he and his wife, Faith, were "homebodies," so they were able to settle in properly for the lockdown. The quarantine might gradually be taking its toll on people, but McGraw and his wife choose to focus on positivity.
Coupled with her flair for entertainment, the young adult has an amazing voice to back up her talent.
The star couple recently celebrated the 23rd birthday of their eldest child, Gracie. They took to their Instagram pages where they gushed over the young adult and wished her well on her big day. While the "Breathe" crooner shared a throwback photo of Gracie, her spouse also showed off the grown girl.
WHAT GRACIE MCGRAW IS UP TO NOW!
While her younger sister, Maggie seems to be plying along philanthropy, the eldest McGraw daughter appears to have the greatest interest in music.
Coupled with her flair for entertainment, the young adult has an amazing voice to back up her talent. Her star dad proved this when he shared a video of her doing a duet with him at his 2015 show.
Back in college, Gracie started a rock band, "Tingo," where she was the lead singer. The aspiring music star also played the guitar in her rock group.
Gracie McGraw is also ready to show versatility as she's been working on her career as an actor in Los Angeles.